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careless850
 3 years ago
Write a radical in which the radicand consists of a coefficient and a variable. Use a coefficient that can be simplified best using the greatest perfect square method. Then, simplify the radical completely. You can use "sqrt()" to show a square root. For example 7(sqrt)a can be written as 7(sqrt)a.
careless850
 3 years ago
Write a radical in which the radicand consists of a coefficient and a variable. Use a coefficient that can be simplified best using the greatest perfect square method. Then, simplify the radical completely. You can use "sqrt()" to show a square root. For example 7(sqrt)a can be written as 7(sqrt)a.

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agentx5
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0o_O What's the problem, exactly? This just looks like declarative information. To which I'm like,"Mmmmk..." Is there something you're asked to solve for or simplify?

careless850
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1Write a radical in which the radicand consists of a coefficient and a variable. Use a coefficient that can be simplified best using the greatest perfect square method. Then, simplify the radical completely

lalaly
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0\[\sqrt{36a}=\sqrt{6}\sqrt{6}\sqrt{a}=6\sqrt{a}\]
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